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Dermatitis Herpetiformis

Patients with this rash need to see a gastroenterologist for evaluation and follow-up. Here's why.
 

Skin Diseases

This diagnosis is a relative dermatologic emergency; presumptive treatment with antivirals should at least be considered if any suspicion exists.

What figures into your differential of a slowly enlarging asymptomatic plaque, like the one on this child's hand?

pustular rash developed on hands

A patient with a history of moderately severe and extensive plaque psoriasis now has a rash on her hands unlike any skin problem she has previously experienced. Do you know what this is? Answer this question and 4 others in this quiz.

rough pigmented lesion

This lesion began to develop multiple colors. Is there cause for concern? Test your knowledge on 5 topics in this quiz.

eyelid lesion

This benign, solitary, nodular tumor on the lower eyelid arises from the follicular infundibulum. What do you know about this condition and the 4 others in this quiz?

Pruritic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy

This tongue-twister of a dermatosis is the most common type seen during pregnancy and primarily occurs in women carrying twins or triplets.

This 13-year-old boy presents with hyperpigmented skin on his neck. He is 66.75 inches and weighs 232 pounds. Your suspicion?

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